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there you go. i know it's a lot thicker at the golden gate bridge. i know that alexis will probably talk about that. a look at sutro tower. the fog is not making much of an eastward push right now. in fact, it will go away by noon to 4:00 along the coast. 73 to 78 around the bay. warmer in your 12-hour day planner. what have you got, alexis? >> a dense fog advisory for golden gate. we're not seeing that in the east bay. i'm not seeing any of that in your commute. a quick check of drive times. not terrible. golden gate, that fog is not slowing you down southbound 101. you're wide open, six minutes in the green. westbound 80 across the bay bridge, slight delays at 13 minutes. in the green at 14 minutes over the san mateo bridge.
authorities want to determine if the gunman may have had help in the massacre. >> the girlfriend told authorities she had no idea he was planning the attack. lana zak live with what we know this morning. lana? >> reporter: good morning to you, reggie and natasha. he did do a lot of planning. in addition to the suite he had here at the mandalay bay hotel he had also reserved several other rooms at hotels all along the strip. all of them overlooking the concert venue. you can see the heroism of ordinary americans in the worst of circumstances. victims of the las vegas shooting being led into a vehicle before it sped off to the hospital. one of those victims was out celebrating her 28th birthday with her sister athena. >> i knew i couldn't give up on her. she deserved a chance.
i mean, she was literally dying in my arms. >> reporter: in trying to piece together his motive. authorities have been questioning the shooter's girlfriend, marilou danley. danley says when stephen paddock sent her to the philippines and wired her money she believed he was breaking up with her. authorities believe paddock had planned to escape and they question if he really acted alone. >> it's troublesome this individual was able to move this amount of gear into a hotel room. unassisted. >> reporter: we've also learned the name of the security guard at the mandalay bay hotel who is being called a hero. he was the first to encounter the shooter. his name jesus campos. he still persisted in leading police successfully to the shooter's location. reporting live from las vegas, lana zak, abc 7 news. >> thank goodness he did. seems like a very humble man. the las vegas sheriff release
this had time line of sunday night's shooting saying the first shots were fired at 10:05 p.m. at 10:12 the first officers arrived on the 31st floor and then they reported gunfire was coming directly from the floor above them. at 10:15 the suspect fired his last shots. two minutes later officers arrived on the 32nd floor. they moved systematically clearing every room before at 11:20 they breached his room. this morning we're hearing for the first time from the parents of stacee etcheber, one of the victims from the bay area. >> these family photos provided by her parents. etcheber and her husband vinnie, a san francisco police officer, were at the concert. during the shooting the couple got separated when vinnie went to help the victims. following the shooting vinnie couldn't find her. her family checked all the hospitals before vinnie reluctantly went to the morgue. >> put her pen down and said i'll be right back. she knew. she knew.
she went back. she came back with a picture of stac stacee, and it was just heartwrenching. it was really heartwrenching. >> stacee is survived by her husband and two young children. another vigil will be held tonight at 7:00 p.m. in novato. this morning in las vegas residents and tourists are trying to get back to some degree of normalcy. >> jessica castro has been in las vegas all week, and she reports on what the mood is like now. >> reporter: the mood is still somber in las vegas, and no one has quite moved on. messages flash everywhere, even showing a phone number for where victims can seek counseling, certainly not something you usually see on a las vegas billboard. >> we talked about how much we liked the #vegas strong. it was great. >> reporter: you don't mind seeing the marquee? >> not at all. >> reporter: make no mistake the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history is weighing heavil and
permeating through every part of las vegas life. even stars performing on the las vegas strip like celine dion had this to say. >> on sunday we lost too many beautiful, innocent souls. >> reporter: mgm resorts announced it works consistently with local and national law enforcement agencies to keep procedures at resorts up to days and are always improving and evolving. this was my former home. i lived here for five years. i know so many good people. this city is strong and resilient. it will move on. and if these streets are any indication, people will come. how will safety change in the long term not just temporarily? reporting from las vegas, i'm jessica castro, abc 7 mornings. and this morning president trump is tweeting about his visit to las vegas.
he writes, it's so wonderful to be in las vegas yesterday and meet with people from police to doctors to the victims themselves who i will never forget. here at home in san francisco thousands are expected to visit fleet week. >> after the events in vegas police are more focused than ever on keeping people safe. sunday night's tragic event is giving people pause but many are refusing to allow terror to trap them in fear. the top cop says his officers will do everything they can to keep crowds safe. >> we're stepping up our deployment more. we have no known threats to our city, but we want people to feel safe. >> san francisco police are also counting on the public's help reiterating their slogan if you see something say something. if you're planning to take part in fleet week the main events kick off tomorrow morning. we have complete coverage for you including a full schedule of events on our free abc 7 news app. a concert controversy in the south bay. coldplay ignores a 10:00 p.m.
our coldest temperatures up in the north bay, look at that, 37 at roanoke park. some cold air drainage out of the mountains into the valleys. 46 in napa. 50 in san rafael, san francisco and daly city. around the bay today minor waves. sunny at our beaches. warmer afternoon if you're going to be exercising. with that warm weather developing there today and tomorrow we have all of our beaches that could see strong rip currents, waves and large breakers tomorrow and saturday. please be careful if you're heading that way. i'll tell what you the temperature will be there and how much warmer inland coming up. here's alexis. >> we started off a little rough on the roads today. we're back to no major incidents
now and no major slow spots. a live look at the south bay, pretty quiet. we did just have a collision south of where the camera is. that collision was right around oakland road. it cleared as quickly as it popped up. no lanes blocked there. maybe just a little bit of stop and go traffic. mass transit looking good. b.a.r.t., no delays. 50 trains in service. should be a gorgeous day on san francisco bay ferry. they are increasing service on all of their routes this weekend for fleet week. ⌞> thanks, alexis. a growing health concern across california. why the city of san francisco is mrng to vaccinate thousands of homeless people. >> another setback for b.a.r.t.'s newest trains. why they won't be ready until thanksgiving. >> we do leave with you abc 7 news now helping you have a news now helping you have a better day with
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chase. make more of what's yours. we're back at 6:14. at least coldplay fans are happy. some neighbors around levi's stadium not so much. the group went an hour over curfew, just the latest in this fight about late-night noise. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live from levi's stadium. the consequence doesn't cost much. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. check it out. the lights are still on here at levi's stadium. a lot of workers were here still cleaning up after the big
concert last night. the big news this morning that 10:00 p.m. curfew was broken again. the city will be finding the 49ers $750. >> bottom line is promises were made and we have to honor those promises that were made. >> reporter: that's santa clara city councilmember who lives about a mile and a half away from levi's stadium. she says she could hear the music and the crowd late into the night. the concert ended about 10:55 last night. this is the third time the 10:00 weekday curfew has been broken. the councilmember says the city manager is planning on doing an outreach with the neighbors to find out what the community is looking for and what they expect from these events at levi's stadium. >> we have a 40-year relationship with the 49ers. we want to honor that relationship. we want to work together, but we have to see transparency. we have to see collaboration and accountability. >> reporter: the 49ers say they're concerned concerts may
not come to levi's stadium again unless this curfew issue is resolved. artist ed sheeran has already backed out and they'll continue to lose more costing the city thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in revenue. reporting live in santa clara, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> the fight continues. thank you, matt. oakland city councilmembers plan to review litigation by the families of ghost ship victims and survivors. it'll be a closed door session on october 17th. during the meeting monetary settlements can be determined. 36 people died in the warehouse fire last december. oakland, alameda county, pg&e and other agencies named defendants in the wrongful death and injury lawsuits. next week the health department in san francisco will have a hepatitis a vaccination program. california has seen outbreaks in other parts of the state. officials say homeless people and drug users are the most at-risk populations. they will be free at clinics and community organizations that serve homeless people.
vaccines will be offered at project homeless next wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. a billionaire has opened the gate blocking access, however, not permanently. he put up this gate in 2008 on his property blocking the only path to the popular beach. he was being threatened with huge fines if he didn't open it. the deadline was yesterday and apparently the gate will now be open only on certain days and for a certain amount of time. california beaches are public land by state law. it's unclear how the california coastal commission will respond. >> here's a reason to smile this morning. riddle me this. what has four legs, a fluffy tail and works for police. the police cat. the police department posted this photo showing the cute little cat, the newest four-legged addition. she even has her own police vest. tia usually works 30-minute
shifts because she can't maintain consciousness for longer than that before taking a cat nap. >> dog owners don't understand that. >> mike nicco is a resident expert. he has multiple -- >> does her handler get to take cat naps with her? >> probably no. adorable, though. >> that was cute. let's talk about a nice day to maybe take a walk. a lot of sunshine, comfortable temperatures. san jose, 280 at 17. the impending sun rise right there. a gorgeous day with haziness out there. we don't have the breeze. warmer today everywhere. more stars and cool conditions tonight. that means less cloud cover at the coast. the extended remains warmer than average but will have fluctuations at the coast. look at our winds on live doppler 7. you can see they're mainly blowing offshore. that will jump-start our warming trend today that will push us into the low to mid-80s.
santa cruz, milpitas and sunnyvale 78 to 79. 74 to 79, that's your spread on the peninsula. 69 at half moon bay today. 73 in downtown and south san francisco. about 72 in sausalito. 82 to 85 through the north bay valleys. along the east bay shore, 77 to 80 degrees. inland about 83 to 86. tonight not quite as cool as this morning. mid-40s to about mid-50s. let's take a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. remember the sea breeze yesterday that was going to hit the coast and cool you saturday, it will linger through sunday and then you'll have warmer weather monday and tuesday. it will knock our temperatures down just a degree or two around the bay and inland saturday and sunday. hardly guys? alex alexis? we have a new feature with our traffic system. we have some 3d views. we'll take you into the south beach area for folks on the bay
bridge. we briefly had the harrison exit blocked due to a very minor collision. they moved that off the ramp and everything is back open. just some very slight delays, if any, as you make your way into the city. a quick quick of our live traffic camera. it's really not bad for those folks from treasure island. a quick check, westbound 580 tracy to dublin. a disabled truck at north flynn has cleared, too. a solid hour for you. antioch to concord you're in the red and southbound 101 san rafael to san francisco you're in the green at 16 minutes. another setback for b.a.r.t. its new fleet of trains won't be ready until thanksgiving. earlier this year b.a.r.t. said the trains would roll out in june. then that got pushed back to september. the problem is mechanical glitches and snafus in the air conditioning. the paperwork alone is massive. each of the first ten pilot cars requires 3,000 documents.
reggie, natasha, i know you're glad you're not filling those out. >> i wonder how the blue and yellow will age. that's what i was focused on. that's just me. michael finney breaks down how ls on gifts.stto dea >> there are a lot of schools that have blue and yellow. get ready for more wild rides. you can experience more turbulence in flights in the coming years. >> first george stephanopoulos with what's ahead at 7:00 a.m. coming up on "gma" the latest on the las vegas shooter. police are wondering did stephen paddock act alone, and paddock's paddock act alone, and paddock's grl friend claims she had no
a new study finds climate change may nearly triple airplane turbulence between 2050 and 2080. flights over north atlantic could see as much as 180% more bumpiness. flights over europe may experience up to 160% more. researchers say global air temperature change will lead to rougher, more frequent air pockets at higher altitudes.
>> i had a lady grab my arm. i know you're a stranger but can we just have this moment? >> oh, wow. brings people together. joanne from sacramento has a moment regarding the holidays. >> 7 on your side's michael finney has your answer. >> i was wondering when is the best time to take advantage of holiday deals. >> hi, joanne. it is getting hard to keep track of all of this, isn't it? black friday and cyber monday. they offer great deals we all know about that. black friday now actually starts on thanksgiving day itself. black thursday. small business saturday, the day after black friday. that's a good time to buy. a lot of great deals. last year we found prices were good throughout the entire holiday shopping season starting on thanksgiving and finishing on new year's day. sales came and went. you had to make a list, keep checking prices, and that's how you got the best deal last year. joanne, thanks for your
question. >> if you have a question for michael finney, regard it on your smartphone and share it on social media or go to our website, abc7news.com/askfinney. you may see your question answered right here. we are getting another look at the moments after bullets started raining down at that concert crowd in las vegas. we are live with the big question police are trying desperately to answer. >> they let you navigate, text, and tune your radio but info-tainment systems are more of a danger. >> my wife's says you will not do this while driving. temperatures running about one to three degrees above average as the warming trend begins. i'll show you the 70s, 80s and 90s in the accuweather forecast. >> already living for the forecast. weather and traffic throughout the commercial break with abc 7 news now.
reach over to angel island and then retreat back to the coast and eventually go away as a warming trend begins today. you can see the cloud cover hasn't made it even to downtown san francisco yet. that's our sutro tower. 7:00 this morning, 45 to 49 degrees. we'll start at the coast. 66 to 64. that extra sunshine. you stay cooler than everyone else. noon around the bay. 73 to 78 at 4:00. 50s, 60s and 70s by 7:00. more on the weekend's warming trend. here's alexis. good morning, mike. no major issues on the roads right now. some very dense fog. it's definitely out there this morning. a little slowdown here on the right-hand side of the toll plaza. i'll double-check that we don't have anything blocking. we did not have anything reported. system wide delay for capital corridor due to a signal problem between sacramento and davis. no word on the length of those
delays but beware that could delay your trip this morning. hearing about police activity on the intersection of fell and baker in san francisco. more on that up next. >> chilling new images are emerging of the chaos and fear as that gunman opened fire on a crowd in las vegas. >> police are actively trying to determine if the gun pan had help in the massacre. amy hollyfield is live for us. good morning, amy. >> reporter: good morning, natasha. an update from the hospital. the head of trauma here at university medical center is saying more victims are expected to be released from the hospital today so more patients are recovering physically. we also do have some new video to show you that morning that has been just surfaced of what happened that night. in the video you can see terrified people running for their lives during that rampage. there's also video of a hero. it shows a man loading victims in his truck and transporting them.
he said everyone just looked so helpless and vulnerable and he had to help. investigators are still trying to piece together what happened, and they say the more they learn, the more they think this shooter had help. >> it's troublesome this individual was able to move this amount of gear no a hotel room unassisted. >> reporter: president trump visited patients in their hospital beds yesterday. the head of trauma here says the president and some of the victims at times could be heard laughing. they kept it light. they were talking about music and family and the doctor said this morning that the visit really helped lift the mood here. reporting live in las vegas, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. a gun shop owner in texas says paddock came into his store last year with his girlfriend and he says paddock asked about modifying a gun to make it easier to pull the trigger at a faster clip. the dealer says paddock didn't buy anything last year but did
sell handguns in 2010 and 2011. never purchased any long guns that could have been used in the vegas attack. a west virginia democratic senator joe manchin says he plans to meet with senator pat toomey of pennsylvania to talk about bipartisan gun background check legislation. the two senators have worked together in the past but manchin says he does not want to reintroduce the bill unless there's more widespread gop support. the legislation has previously been rejected twice by the senate. new this morning from the live desk check out the brand-new cover of "time" magazine just tweeted in the last hour. in big, bold, white letters over a black background the name of several cities that have seen mass shootings are listed and it ends with las vegas. the cover story asks will the las vegas shooting change the debate over guns. we know more about the life and final moment of michelle vo. she grew up in san jose.
she went to the festival sunday night by herself but quickly struck a conversation with this man from ohio. they became fast friends. she and cody robertson were standing together near the stage when the first shots rang out. vo got hit. robertson and others put her in a truck to go to the hospital. robertson then parted ways with her as he was rescuing other people. later after going to many hospitals and getting in contact with michelle's family he learned she did not make it. her sister described robertson as a hero. >> to know she had you in her last moments, she wasn't alone. you didn't leave her, gives me a little bit of comfort. >> the lengths this man went to in order to keep her family informed is really incredible. michelle sent her cyst aerophotograph of herself shortly before she was shot and
killed. you can learn more about the victims of sunday night's shooting and the heroes that stepped up to help out by visiting our website abc7news.com. it is 6:35 now. new this morning two chp officers are in the hospital after crashing into a center divide in redwood city. sky 7 was over the scene. this happened just after 3:00 a.m. no word on why the officers crashed. they have minor injuries. at one point all southbound lanes were closed but they have since reopened. new this morning authorities are looking into an early morning boat fire in alameda. you can see the flames and smoke. the scene is near harbor bay parkway and doolittle drive. it broke out around 1:00 a.m. it's not clear why. no word on any injuries. >> crews will be taking advantage on clearing coyote creek. heavy vegetation could lead to flooding. crews worked to cut it down. santa clara valley water district has rebuilt a levee built to protect mobile home
parks in an area that flooded last february. >> we also have other challenges with the homeless being here. there's a lot of trash from their encampments. so there's a lot of physical hazards that the crews have to look out for in addition to the steep slopes. >> volunteers have been helping. in fact, they cleared 5 1/4 tons of debris from the east williams street area and rock spring neighborhoods. the army corps of engineers working on a feasibility study for improvement to coyote creek. hi there. been tempted to turn the furnace on? the house was 65 when i woke up. an area where it could be chill in your house. mountain view, 52. warmer in milpitas. up in the hills about 59. los gatos, 58. we're in the 40s on the
peninsula. redwood city, 48. 49, san carlos. danville, 45. gorgeous picture from mt. tamm. small finger fog trying to move across the golden gate but it becomes feathered as it heads to angel island. cool to warm for mass transit. the ferry ride, it will be pretty calm. the school forecast, dressing the kids, 48 to 53 at 8:00. 67 at the coast. 67 around the bay to about 82 inland at 3:00. a quick look at today's temperatures around the state. it is quiet with 80s in the central valley to 61 in tahoe. we got off on a rough start with the commute. what are you watching now? >> we do have something now, sfpd is telling drivers to avoid the area of fell street and baker street. we're not quite sure what the activity is but they're saying this could cause some driving delays and it could cause some muni delays. we're looking at surface street
volumes now. it's not looking terrible. we do have sky 7 on the way to the scene. they're not quite there yet. they are working on getting there. we'll go live to them. they should be there in about ten minutes. a quick check of drive times. northbound 880 between 238 and the maze looks okay, in the green at 15. and then northbound 101 between highway 85 and the san jose airport you're also looking great at just about 25 minutes. if you bought a n car recently you have probably noticed a lot of new bells and whistles. some vehicles have as many as 50 buttons on the steering wheel and dashboard. a new study out of the university of utah says info-tainment is causing drivers to be distracted for dangerously long periods of time. it takes 40 seconds to input an address. if you're doing that and driving 25 miles an hour your vehicle would travel the length of four football fields in that time.
>> tasks like texting and navigation and so forth have high visual demand. they're associated with high mental demand. >> it is critical of the methods used saying automakers have worked to help drivers focus on the road. alexis, thank you. a smelly problem for people living in the east bay. what they say is to blame. >> and dunkin' donuts fans, the item that will be disappearing from the menu. first a look at "live with kelly and ryan." good morning. good morning. coming up, trevor will be food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises,
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problem, too much noise for neighbors. people could hear the music in the crowd. this has been an ongoing battle. this is third time the weekday curfew has been broken. >> we have to consider the quality of life. bottom line it's the quality of life. >> reporter: the 49ers say they're concerned concerts may not come to levi stadium unless this curfew issue is resolved. they will find out. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> i could not believe that number, $750 fine? >> increase the fine. >> goodness, gracious. neighbors in the east bay say a disgusting problem is making disgusting problem is making their homes unlivable.
supposedly dull lly dumping in. >> the edore would linger for an hour in our homes and we would smell like a port-a-potty. >> no odors were shown in the area. >> there's a long-standing contract with the sanitary district for the sewage disposal. up until this summer neighbors say the dump location was further up the hill. residents are considering legal action now to stop the sewage disposal near their homes. >> today is the deadline for daca recipients to apply for renewal. president trump is phasing that out. it will expire in two years unless congress makes it permanent. a group of uc berkeley students wants the justice department to investigate what it claims retaliation for free speech week. the berkeley patriot group says it was forced to cancel several
events last month because they were targeted by campus police. school leaders tried to blame them for posters and chalk messages. a school spokesperson says they're unfounded. one of the largest health insurers plans to stop an opioid. >> the move is intended to cut back on the number of prescriptions the insurer provides and aims to curb abuse. a san francisco public utilities commission is warning you about a phone scam involving water bills. several dozens of customers got a call from someone who threaten ed unless they made cash payments. >> google unveiled two new pixel
spa smart phones. the new phones are ditching the head phone jack in favor of wireless ear buds they call pixel buds. they can do a lot of things including translate 40 languages. it will sell for $650, less than the iphone 8. happening today if you're looking for a new job san francisco is the place to be. more than 100 recruiters will be interviewing candidates at a career fair today happening at city college of san francisco mission center. the job fair starts this morning at 11:00 and goes until 2:00. if you love dunkin' donuts sit down for this next story. it's taking nearly half its doughnut options off the menu. >> the change expected to happen
at the end of the month, dropping from 30 to 18. the new focus selling coffee. the company says it's way more profitable for them. we don't know widow nuhich doug options will be cut but maple with bacon doughnut will likely live on. >> for some reason i'm all up on this story. i don't know why. i did extra research and it turns out they're even looking at getting rid of doughnuts in their name. >> so just dunkin'? >> they have one store in pasadena just called dunkin'. >> kind of like burlington. no more coat factory. >> shack, radio shack. >> they tried. it didn't go so well for them. >> i hope burlington and dunkin' donuts have a better outcome. >> the nicco. take it away. >> we do have fog a half mile.
look at the winds blowing offshore and they put up a very strong stop sign. no fog in the bay. it's starting to let up a little bit. hazy sunshine. warming begins. highs rebound next week along the coast. from milpitas to los gatos. 74 to 79 on the peninsula. about 66. check that out, downtown south san francisco, sausalito, 72. dress in the lighter clothing while you still can before it gets cool again downtown. 82 to 84 through the north bay valley. 79 in vallejo.
79 one of the warm spots along the east bay shore. oakland, 77 today. about 83 to 86 in our inland east bay neighborhoods. tonight mid-40s to mid-50s with no cloud cover along the coast. and warmer air tomorrow. notice the local sea breeze drops the temperature at the coast saturday and sunday. it warms up again at the coast. alexis, what are you watching? >> we were looking at some heavier traffic on the san mateo bridge. we haven't had any major problems along that route today. i want to flip over to our traffic maps. we did have police activity reported at the interception of fell street and baker street. that's what sky 7 was looking for before they got some beauty shots for us.
we could have muni delays. metering lights have been on since 5:21 this morning and typical delays through the maze and into san francisco. no major trouble spots. uber and lyft drivers have managed to skirt fingerprint checks again. the california public utilities commission declined to require biometric screening saying they don't add a greater level of security above those already in place. taxi drivers have to get fingerprint checks and they've long lobbied for uber and lyft drivers to have the same requirements. they say the checks are discriminatory because they're subject to continuous status monitoring. san francisco-based cruz automation for autonomous cars is now telling state regulators that six of its self-driving cars were involved in crashes last night most in the city. they say none of the chevy bolts was responsible for the crashes.
one car was rear-ended by a driver on his cell phone. carolina panthers quarterback cam newton is being criticized for his sexist response to this female reporter's question. >> you take a lot of pride in seeing your receivers play well. funchess seems to have embraced the physicality of his routes and making, getting those extra yards. does that give you a little bit of enjoyment to see him out there? >> it's funny to hear a female talk about routes. it's funny. >> that reporter called out newton's remarks on twitter writing, i don't think it's funny to be a female and talk about routes. i think it's my job. the panthers tell espn newton later spoke to the reporter and expressed regret for the remarks, but she says she spoke with him and he did not apologize for his comments. >> they need to get that story straight. happening today san francisco city officials say they will reveal significant new changes to the city's recycling
program. they say the new updates will help businesses to recycle even more while helping the city reduce waste and recover more material. it's not clear yet what the changes are. officials add they will make san francisco's recycling and composting program the most comprehensive in the country. >> some pretty impressive fog behind us right now. we're back in 90 seconds with the seven things you need to know before you go. >> first, our instagram picture of the day. you can see a lot more great images like this one. share your photos and video. >> sky 7 is up and giving you a beautiful look right now. beautiful look right now. take a look at the moon.
a personalized financial strategy can give you confidence to take the next step. hi guys! aw yeah! see how access to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. chase. make more of what's yours. it is 6:54. here are the seven things to know before you go. two chp officers are in the hospital after crashing into a center divide in redwood city on southbound 101 near whipple avenue. don't know yet why they crashed. both sustained minor injuries. thousands suddenly had to run for their lives. this morning authorities say it is possible the shooter had an accomplice and may have planned to escape. >> number three, a vigil will be held at 7:00 p.m. in novato for stacee etcheber. she's one of the victims of sunday's mass shooting in las vegas. the mother of two children was at the concert with her husband,
a san francisco police officer. number four, coldplay is the latest band to add to levi's stadium curfew controversy. the concert went 56 minutes past the city's limit and that means the venue's management will be fined $750. number five, we're actually doing okay on the roads. no major problems. southbound 101 maybe a little bit of stop and go traffic. a dense fog advisory in effect is starting to thin out. >> fog under the bridge, amazing. sky 7 is hovering above it. your 12-hour day planner, temperatures in the mid to upper 40s through 7:00. mid-60s with sunshine developing at the coast. 73 to 78 around the bay from noon to 4:00. a bump up in our temperatures today. >> number seven, get ready for it to get loud. the blue angels will start practice flights over san francisco this afternoon.
they are the closing act for fleet week each day this weekend. >> we're going to have such good weather. >> it's not looking as warm as it did because of the local sea breeze but still looking sunny. >> we'll take it. >> good weather to practice? >> that fog will be gone at the coast. >> cool. it's going to interrupt my nap, though. >> don't even try it. >> that is a beautiful shot, though. it love seeing the fogus underneath the golden gate bridge. we'll be back in about 25 minutes with updates. alexis smith, she's on the go every morning. >> avid runner. >> she's a newlywed. >> she used to be a deejay. >> her sister's name is marin. >> loves halloween. >> and michigan football. >> she's from a really small town, no rush hour there. >> boy, has her world changed. >> alexis tackles bay area traffic like a boss. >> her tweets save you time. it's like she has secret traffic fighting powers.
good morning, america. breaking overnight, search for an accomplice. did the las vegas killer act alone? >> you got to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point. >> his longtime girlfriend grilled by the fbi for hours. what she told them and the new video emerging of those terrifying moments. showing concertgoers escaping blues plus the hero security guard who found the shooter in that hotel but stayed on the scene. what he's saying this morning. new threat in the caribbean. the tropical system growing. forecast to become hurricane nate that could close in on florida and the gulf coast. out of bounds. nfl superstar, cam newton, under fire for mocking a woman reporter. >> it's funny to hear a female talk about routes. >> what happened next and the backlash this morning.